Praise for Momnipotent
Momnipotent isn’t just a book for moms. It’s a book for every woman. No matter what your station in life, in the pages of Danielle Bean’s book, you’ll see yourself—your struggles, your fears, your insecurities, and your desires. You’ll find wise guidance for overcoming those struggles, realizing those desires, and becoming the woman God made you to be.
Emily Stimpson, Author of These Beautiful Bone: An Everyday Theology of the Body
Momnipotent offers practical and honest encouragement to every mom who finds herself in the trenches of domestic life. I’m grateful to Danielle for her courage to openly address the issues that every mother struggles with, even if no one wants to admit to it! If you sometimes question your own sanity as a mom, you’ll find comfort in knowing you’re not alone.
Crystalina Evert, speaker, author, and founder of Women Made New
Danielle Bean’s Momnipotent unpacks true-to-life wisdom for wives and mothers as it showcases the feminine genius. With wit and honesty Bean explores eight great womanly strengths, plus a recovery plan if those gifts are ignored or misused. Momnipotent encourages and inspires why “Mom” really is “Wow” spelled upside down!
Pat Gohn, author of Blessed, Beautiful, and Bodacious: Celebrating the Gift of Catholic Womanhood
In true Danielle Bean fashion, this is a balm for the weary mother’s soul. It will bring hope and encouragement to any mom who’s ever uttered the words, “I can’t do this.”
Hallie Lord, editor and contributing author of Style, Sex, and Substance
Danielle Bean’s Momnipotent is the perfect combination of empathy, encouragement, and insight to uplift every mother, as well as those who love with a mother’s heart. By approaching motherhood as a vocation (not just a path to self-fulfillment), Danielle helps moms to understand themselves as ministers to their families in a unique and profound way. She reminds us all that we were created for motherhood and inspires us to approach this vital role in faithful recognition that it is a gift from God for us, and those we love. When you’re feeling overwhelmed, unsatisfied, exhausted, fat, and unappreciated, take the time to read Momnipotent… and remember the power of a mother’s love.
Marybeth Hicks, weekly columnist for the The Washington Times and the founder and editor of OntheCulture.com
Momnipotent is reality meets compassion for moms of all stripes. You’ll feel like your best friend is sitting across from you at the kitchen table, sharing a cup of your favorite hot beverage, and you’ll come away changed and heartened from reading this book. Danielle Bean has taken the best of her experience as a mom of many, topped it with a hearty dose of John Paul II, and finished it with a smile and a hug. Be warned, though. You’re going to want to keep this book, so you’d better just plan to buy a copy for your best friend now.
Sarah Reinhard, author of The Catholic Mother’s Companion to Pregnancy and SnoringScholar.com
Danielle Bean is every mom’s mentor, soul sister and cheerleader because she understands not only the challenges, but also the great graces, of being a mom. Momnipotent will help you move to the next level in your vocation by empowering you with feminine strengths for your vocation. Whether you’re a new mom, a seasoned veteran, or even a spiritual mother, this book will be a true blessing for you and your family.
Lisa Hendey, Founder of CatholicMom.com and author of The Grace of Yes
I have been praying for years that someone would write a real, honest, and unafraid book on Catholic Motherhood. Danielle Bean to the rescue! I wish I would have had this in my hands when my first baby was born – just to hear about the struggles and victories, big and small, that fellow mothers are facing, to know that I was not alone and to have companions on this journey! Thank you, Danielle Bean – Momnipotent is just what Catholic Moms have been longing for… and I’ve found my new favorite baby shower gift for sure! Sarah Swafford, Emotional Virtue Ministries